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The world is steadily changing and some changes aren’t exactly what we wanted or expected but we try to adjust. Part of adjusting for me now is to take a break for awhile. I don’t know if it will be … Continue reading
I just love how tulips come in so many different colors and shapes! Oh, tiptoe from the garden By the garden of the willow tree And tiptoe through the tulips with me… Teri 📷 (If you wish to see and … Continue reading
After a bit I gave up trying to copy the Sudek image and just began to enjoy seeing how the light made shadows and patterns from the glass and the window blinds. I particularly liked how this one turned out. … Continue reading
You’ve all seen a variety of photo challenges/assignments out there nowadays; some from those who do it on the regular and some new ones from us who are getting creative while staying home. I like to watch YouTube videos to … Continue reading
Said the beckoning tulip to the honeybee Why don’t you fly over and come see me I’ve got something for you that’s free And with it we will make sweet sweet honey…
The leaves here definitely look like tulip leaves but if you recall my post from yesterday – one of these things is not like the other! We could be dealing with more than six petals here. Anyone know the name … Continue reading
Tulips all have. Can you guess what they are?
Yesterday I featured this tulip in black and white and today I will compare it to it’s original color version. In my opinion, both images stand well on their own “stems” (pun very much intended) for similar and different reasons. … Continue reading
Not every image that is in color will work well in black and white – and vice versa – but sometimes when there is enough contrast, details and texture in the subject as with this tulip, it converts very well. … Continue reading
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